Sar or Saar is a residential town in Bahrain, to the west of the capital, Manama.
Saar is the site of a temple, known as “Saar Temple”, built during the Dilmun era of Bahrain’s history. The temple was believed to have played an important role in marking the summer solstice.
Being one of the most prosperous economies in the Middle East, the Kingdom of Bahrain offers one of the most lavish lifestyles in the GCC region. Bahrain has many upscale projects – both finished and under construction – communities, and towns that are key attractions to both domestic and foreign investors. Saar town comes as one of these top-tier areas in Bahrain.
Situated at the eastern end of Manama, Saar town is one of the most renowned ancient towns of the Bahraini capital. It spans around 6.5 square kilometers of land where a population of 6,000 people lives.
Saar houses an eponymous temple that dates back to the Dilmunian Era; it is believed that Saar Temple was utilized to measure time and determine the beginning of the summer season more than 4,000 years ago when the Dilmunian civilization was at its peak.
Saar also comprises a tomb complex where the tombs form the shape of a honeycomb, and an old city that dates back to the Dilmunian era as wel